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Recent Updates

Mount Vernon Place Interiors Art Show and Online Auction

September 13, 2021

Baltimore’s Mount Vernon Place is famous for the beauty of its exterior architecture. This fall, we invite you to virtually view—and bid on—some of its stateliest indoor spaces at the Mount Vernon Place Interiors Art Show. This mostly online event—an offshoot of the popular 2019 Mount Vernon Place Plein Air… Read more

Accepting Ideas for 2021 Micro Grants for Preservation Work

August 9, 2021

We’re in our 6th year of giving away micro-grants to help fund preservation work in the city. If you have a good idea to help preserve a historic building or place in Baltimore or help revitalize a historic neighborhood, we’d love to hear from you! The process is easy: simply… Read more

Remembering Julian “Jack” Lapides

July 14, 2021

Today, July 14, long-time Baltimore Heritage board member Julian “Jack” Lapides passed away. His death has saddened us in too many ways to count. And his legacy and impact on Baltimore, Maryland, and indeed the country, is also too expansive to properly capture. Nonetheless, we would humbly like to offer… Read more

The Baltimore City Historic Preservation Fund Is Open!

June 14, 2021

The third round of Baltimore City Historic Preservation Funding is open for applications. Applications are due August 6, 2021. Baltimore Heritage, in partnership with the Maryland Historical Trust, Preservation Maryland, and the Baltimore City Commission for Historical and Architectural Preservation, are proud to partner for the Baltimore City Historic Preservation Fund. Funds… Read more

We Are Now Offering Welcome Back Tours for Downtown Firms!

June 9, 2021

Downtown is opening up! Since we’re coming back into the office, now’s the time to learn about where you work. Why does Charles Street narrow at Saratoga? Why do the enormous bronze doors at Ten Light Street sport bee hives, locomotives, and clipper ships? Where can you find hundreds of… Read more

Announcing New Green Mount Cemetery Walking Tours!

March 16, 2021

All tours are full Baltimore Heritage is happy to announce that we will be hosting four tours of historic Green Mount Cemetery starting in April. After 30 years without a break, Baltimore historian Wayne Schaumburg is finally taking a spring off and he has kindly shared his tour notes with… Read more